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5.2.2.1 When NOTAM is selected for international distri- bution, English text shall be included for those parts expressed in plain language. Note.— The ICAO NOTAM Code together with significations/ uniform abbreviated phraseology, and ICAO Abbreviations are those contained in the PANS-ABC (Doc 8400). 5.2.3 Information concerning snow, slush, ice and standing water on aerodrome/heliport pavements shall, when reported by means of a SNOWTAM, contain the information in the order shown in the SNOWTAM Format in Appendix 2. 5.2.4 Information concerning an operationally significant change in volcanic activity, a volcanic eruption and/or volcanic ash cloud shall, when reported by means of an ASHTAM, contain the information in the order shown in the ASHTAM Format in Appendix 3.
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Chapter 5 Annex 15 — Aeronautical Information Services 5-3 25/11/04 5.2.5 The NOTAM originator shall allocate to each NOTAM a series identified by a letter and a four-digit number followed by a stroke and a two-digit number for the year. The four-digit number shall be consecutive and based on the calendar year. Note.— Letters A to Z, with the exception of S and T, may be used to identify a NOTAM series. 5.2.6 When errors occur in a NOTAM, a NOTAM with a new number to replace the erroneous NOTAM shall be issued. 5.2.7 When a NOTAM is issued which cancels or replaces a previous NOTAM, the series and number of the previous NOTAM shall be indicated. The series, location indicator and subject of both NOTAM shall be the same. Only one NOTAM shall be cancelled or replaced by a NOTAM. 5.2.8 Each NOTAM shall deal with only one subject and one condition of the subject. Note.— Guidance concerning the combination of a subject and a condition of the subject in accordance with the NOTAM Selection Criteria is contained in the Aeronautical Information Services Manual (Doc 8126). 5.2.9 Each NOTAM shall be as brief as possible and so compiled that its meaning is clear without the need to refer to another document. 5.2.10 Each NOTAM shall be transmitted as a single telecommunication message. 5.2.11 A NOTAM containing permanent or temporary information of long duration shall carry appropriate AIP or AIP Supplement references. 5.2.12 Location indicators included in the text of a NOTAM shall be those contained in Location Indicators (Doc 7910). 5.2.12.1 In no case shall a curtailed form of such indicators be used. 5.2.12.2 Where no ICAO location indicator is assigned to the location, its place name spelt in accordance with 3.6.2 shall be entered in plain language. 5.2.13 A checklist of valid NOTAM shall be issued as a NOTAM over the Aeronautical Fixed Service (AFS) at inter- vals of not more than one month using the NOTAM Format specified in Appendix 6. One NOTAM shall be issued for each series. 5.2.13.1 A checklist of NOTAM shall refer to the latest AIP Amendments, AIP Supplements and at least the inter- nationally distributed AIC.
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